Why work with us?
As the island's tourism body we play a unique role in building Jersey's tourism product, raising Jersey's profile across core markets, increasing the volume and value of tourism and developing Jersey's visitor economy.
Varied and fast-paced with no two days the same, our supportive culture encourages cooperation and nurtures self-motivated team players. We’re committed to growing and developing our people at every opportunity, making sure everyone in our team has the right skills and knowledge to succeed.
Fancy joining the team?
Visit Jersey are now seeking to recruit a Head of Trade. This role is key to the delivery of the Jersey Destination Plan supporting long-term incremental growth in visitor numbers and spend. This is achieved by influencing travel distribution channels; specifically identify, court and capture new sources of visitors via off-island travel trade buyers- traditional tour operators, OTAs, and carriers (scheduled and charter).
The postholder will develop and implement a strategy to address the identified areas, and work with and inspire intermediaries to retain and grow channels between Jersey tourism and hospitality suppliers and potential visitors to Jersey.
Meet some of the team
Head of Information Services
What inspires you about Jersey? "The natural beauty of Jersey’s coastline is inspirational all year round. From a refreshing swim after work on a beautiful summer's day, or a leisurely stroll along the beach on a crisp winter's day".
Culture, Active & Sports Executive
Share your hidden gem. "The Sunset Concert at Mont Grantez which is organised by The National Trust. It was one of the highlights of the summer and it reminded me of how lucky I am to live in Jersey".
Digital Marketing Executive
What inspires you about Jersey? "Despite its size, Jersey is abundantly diverse. You can start your day with a visit to a 13th century castle, cycle through green lanes and enjoy the sunset in St. Ouen’s bay."
Where in Jersey would you recommend for people travelling to try and visit? "Hire a cycle in town and head for La Corbière; cycle past beaches and the countryside to Corbière, when in the 1850’s Victor Hugo described it as “the herdsman of the waves”.
Meryl Le Feuvre
Head of Product
Don't miss out on...? "The island's north coast is a natural gym for working off Jersey's gastronomic feasts. The cliff paths provide excellent ground for trail running or relax and go at your own leisurely pace discovering cosy pit-stop pubs along the way."